The Vicar of Sorrows by A. N. Wilson

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His lack of love for either his wife or his religion do not seem to bother clergyman Francis Kreer until his mother dies, leaving him an inheritance, and he falls in love with a most unsuitable young woman.

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A. N. Wilson taught English language and literature at New College, Oxford.
Published July 9, 2013 by Friends of Wausau Historic Landmarks. 331 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, History, Arts & Photography, Professional & Technical. Fiction

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Initially, this latest work by prolific novelist ( Daughters of Albion ) and biographer ( Jesus ) Wilson, apparently invites readers onto his familiar, comfortably bourgeois and somewhat parochial territory, only to veer from the vicarage and village drawing rooms into darker, unexpectedly stark ...

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